Objects can maintain their location on the page, even when the view is scrolled. This is perfect for use in mobile courses to anchor logos, headers/footers, navigation controls, images, and videos.
Join Craig Weiss, principal analyst at The Craig Weiss Group, LLC, and John Blackmon, Chief Technology Officer of Trivantis, on Wednesday, March 15, at 1:30 PM EDT, as they discuss the key trends of 2017, including micro-learning and mobile.
Where is the eLearning industry with micro-learning and mobile today?
What can you expect to happen in the near future?
How can you make both micro-learning and mobile an actionable part of your eLearning strategy?
Check out one of the source files from the recent Inspiration Wednesday, mLearning Mastery: How to Make eLearning for Every Device (Example Included!), (watch it here: https://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/mlearning-mastery-make-elearning-every-device-example-included/). Also included is a Lectora Online package.
If you haven’t already started thinking about designing and developing your learning so that it looks good on different mobile devices, you will find yourself falling behind—but this free mLearning webinar with Joe Ganci, aka eLearningJoe, is here to help.
Q: Is submitting Quiz Results to Google available in the most current version of Lectora Inspire? A: It has been there for quite some time. It is definitely part of Lectora 12 and 16. Technically, it is also available in Lectora 11 but unfortunately Google changed its submission API since. So courses built in Lectora […]
Welcome!Thanks for your interest in the LUC2016 mobile app built in Lectora 16 by the BranchTrack.com team exclusively for Trivantis. The app uses RCD functionality and works on mobile phones (portrait and landscape) and tablets (again, portrait and landscape). Download the app for your device: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/luc-2016/id1110114687?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.branchtrack.luc2016 The source files are attached: The ‘Lectora Source.zip’ contains a Lectora […]
Sergey Snegirev, Lectora customer and longtime, highly active Trivantis Community member, will explain the process behind building a mobile app using Lectora 16. Sergey will also share his impressions of the new Responsive Course Design (RCD) functionality and outline the time-saving techniques for responsive courses he wishes he’d used when building the app—so that you can learn from his experience!
Joe Ganci, aka eLearning Joe, shares the top 5 costly eLearning mistakes and how to avoid them.
Welcome!Here you will find the source files for the LUC2015 mobile app built in Lectora by the BranchTrack.com team exclusively for Trivantis. Click ‘Preview’ to see how the app works or download it for your device: iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/luc2015/id982716336?mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lectora.luc2015 I’ve also attached the source files. The ‘Lectora file’ contains a Lectora v12 (desktop) .AWT title along with all images […]
When you see learning content that looks like a high dollar production value video game or Hollywood movie, and it works on both PC and mobile platforms, it can appear as sorcery. But really, it starts with nothing more than detailed planning and design, smart use of the platform variable, and maybe a little ʺLectora Magic.ʺ We’ll cover these, along with some real-world, common problems like ʺiOS doesn’t let you auto-playʺ and ʺI get screen jitter on mobile devices,ʺ along with a few other savory morsels of creating cross-platform courses that are immersive, interactive, and engaging. People will be calling you a wizard in no time.